The Dallas Cowboys selected Marquez White out of Florida State in the sixth round (216th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. White brings ideal measurables to the cornerback position, but looks to refine his technique after starting only two seasons at corner for the Seminoles, playing both basketball and football until committing to football his junior season. White started the final 26 games of his collegiate career and compiled 65 tackles, five tackles for loss, seven breakups and four interceptions as a Seminole defensive back.
- One-of-five defenders to start all 13 games and had 25 tackles, two tackles for loss and six passes defended with two interceptions.
- Had interceptions in consecutive weeks against Wake Forest and Clemson.
- Registered a tackle for loss and two pass breakups against Florida.
Started all 13 games at cornerback, finishing with 25 tackles, two tackles for loss, two pass breakups and an interception while ranking second in the ACC in terms of completions-per-target at 32.1 percent.
Notched the first FSU interception of the season in the end zone against USF to prevent a score.
Registered two tackles as well as a pass defended in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl against Houston.
- Appeared in 12 games and made three tackles.
- Appeared in 13 games, including the BCS National Championship Game against Auburn, and finished the season with 12 tackles, a tackle for a loss and an interception.
- Intercepted his first career pass and added a tackle at Wake Forest.